COP26: A Coming of Age Moment for Hybrid Events
Much has been written about COP26, the 2021 United Nations conference billed as the last chance to get runaway climate change under control.  Rightly, the focus was firmly on the sometimes terse negotiations between the nearly 200 countries in attendance. In its aftermath, most onlookers are still reeling over the…
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Brexit
Will the UK trigger Article 16 and what might that mean?
There is considerable speculation that the United Kingdom government will trigger Article 16 of the Northern Ireland protocol during the week of November 15th starting…
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UK Public Affairs
Budget 2021: a new age of optimism has broken, has it not?
This lunchtime the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi Sunak, delivered one of the most significant statements of his short but turbulent time in office. The…
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UK Public Affairs
Cheek by Jowl Tory Faithful Energised by Boris Barnstormer
As the Prime Minister strode into Manchester Central late this morning, his intention was clear: to quite literally upstage his Cabinet colleagues by delivering an…
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Events
Webinar: Global Britain vs The Nation State – How best to meet our economic ambitions
How can Britain best balance the need to protect its own national interests vs its global ambitions post Brexit? Join us on 20 October for…
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Media
Is Style Out Of Style?
Harvard.  MHRA.  MLA.  Turabian.  If you studied communications, business or virtually any humanities subject in college, chances are you’re familiar with one or more of…
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Irish Politics
Ireland set to impose Plastics Taxes & Bans through the Circular Economy Bill 2021
Ireland looks set to impose some of the most significant changes to its waste and circular policy in recent decades following the publication of the…
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European Affairs
Personal mobility in Europe in 2021 and beyond
The big legislative push of the von der Leyen Commission on reducing carbon emissions, the Fit for 55 package, is approaching fast. Together with the…
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Financial Services
Digital Currencies and Central Banks
Despite most of us not knowing what a cryptocurrency was ten years ago, there is no denying their presence in global markets today, with the…
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European Affairs
Online Safety Bill (UK): Compliance could cost a medium sized business £250k per year
The Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport (DCMS) has published its Draft Online Safety Bill. The legislation requires providers of some digital services, defined…
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